Energy Shots

357 Super Magnum Energy Shot Review

357-super-magnum-energy-shotI have a good guess that it’s becoming increasingly difficult for manufactures to create energy drinks with unique branding themes.

Most of the good ones are already taken, including lightning and even cheetah piss.  What else could you drink that would energize you more than that?

Ooh I know, how about GUN?  Yeah, straight up, a gun theme.  Apparently, as shown with this .357 Super Magnum shot, it’s a totally invigorating experience to “shoot” bullets into your mouth.  Um, +1 for nonconformity?


Not keeping true to its name, 357 Magnum Shot tastes like neither base metals nor blood.  Instead, it’s actually quite the opposite.  Speaking freely, it’s a sweet little concoction of who knows what.  There’s a little berry something and enough sweetness to cover up evidence of the shot’s ambitious intentions.


I’m just going to impulsively skip to the great news: 250 disclosed mg of caffeine!  Actually, that deserves two more: !!  I love it when a shot honestly lists the caffeine content, even more when the figure is killer.  Everything else is just where you’d expect: 190% Niacin, 2500% B6, and 8333% B12.


So does 357 Super Magnum Energy Shot work?  It has 250mg of caffeine and a truckload of B-vitamins.  That’s kind of a stupid question don’t you think?  Of course it works.  Fantastically.  The caffeine doesn’t want to wait for the party to build up.  It wants to kick it off immediately, and it does just that.  When it’s about time for the caffeine to fade and give way to despair and misery, the B-vitamins come in and take the hand-off.

All in all, this shot offers a boost that’s twice as effective as Chaser 5 Hour.  Stick that in your chamber and cock it.

357 Magnum Verdict

Palatable taste?  Check.  Healthy and aggressive energy boost?  Check.  Expectations succeeded?  Check!

Reviewed by Dusty Smith


Written by Ted Kallmyer, last updated on June 18, 2014